Hello All. Been a while. Hope everyone is good. I really like this application:
Sending confidential information such as passwords, account information and other sensitive data in emails and IM is not necessarily safe. That data is stored with bits and pieces all over the place.
OneShare has a solution: Click the blue button on the main web page (there is NO need to sign-in or provide ANY information), paste something private into the main field, it's ENCRYPTED and you're provided with a URL which can be told, mailed, or communicated however, to whomever you wish. Once your "partner" has the URL, they navigate easily to your message.
You can select how long the data should hang around - 30 mins. or 3 days, then - it's gone.
How secure? Here's what OneShare says:
"How Secure Is It?
No service is 100% secure. However, we do take security extremely seriously.
We use HTTPS (SSL; Port 443) to encrypt the data from your web browser to our servers. All data is stored encrypted. When someone views the unique URL that you send them; your encrypted message is deleted from our system.
Our data-center maintains the latest security updates and patches on our server.
Google Analytics is used on our site for web analytics. We, unfortunately, do not know who you are although we bet our users are rather great people.
We believe in openness and full transparency. If there's a security issue, we'd like to know. Feel free to drop us an email at email@example.com."
There you go. There's an Android and iOS version of OneShare app.
I've been using OneShare for several months, in some tantalizing ways, trying to facilitate a leak from the website. Nothing so far whatsoever. Friends, family ,and colleagues have loved getting "one-time" bits of info that expires on it's own.
As always, let me know thoughts, comments, and questions. Take good care, hope to be back w/ another soon.
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